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  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

  • ESF at work with the community, state, nation and world

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Events of Note

SUNY SPARE: Solar Power As Renewable Energy Basic Course
October 27 - 30, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. SUNY-ESF Campus, Gateway Center & 1 Field Site. Event Website

Friends of Moon Library Fall Event
Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 4:00 pm. 110 Moon.

Dissertation Defense -- Carlos Ramirez Pascualli
Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. 105 Marshall Hall.

December Graduates Champagne Toast
Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Gateway Center .

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Melissa Fierke interviewed on SU bike sharing program

(The Daily Orange included quotes by Dr. Fierke on SU's work to establish a bike sharing program. 10/30/14) READ MORE

Rutgers: New Frog Discovered Inhabiting I-95 Corridor from Connecticut to North Carolina

(A new research paper, including Rutgers researchers Jeremy Feinberg and Joanna Burger, as well as scientists from UCLA,Yale, Louisiana State University, SUNY-ESF, and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, secures the leopard frog as a previously unidentified species. 10/29/14) READ MORE

Time: Giant Tortoises Are Back From Near Extinction

(Giant tortoises endemic to the Galapagos Islands are back from near extinction, according to a study published Tuesday by James Gibbs and colleagues. 10/29/14) READ MORE

Reuters: Giant tortoises rally from near extinction on Galapagos island

(Reuters reported on the new study published by James Gibbs and colleagues, reporting good news for Galapagos tortoises. 10/29/14) READ MORE

Mother Nature Network: Near-extinct Galapagos island tortoises make comeback

(MNN covered the new study released by James Gibbs and colleagues on the recovery of a Galapagos tortoise species. 10/29/14) READ MORE

Government Relations

The SUNY ESF Office of Government Relations links the College with the community, elected officials, and agencies to communicate the challenges and opportunities facing ESF, our academic and research areas, and higher education. We work to develop relationships with those who have an opportunity to affect our future and fulfill our vision of “a better world through environmental discovery.”

Government Relations focuses its efforts on developing relationships with federal, state, and local governments in order to secure support for institutional initiatives and individual research projects consistent with the College's mission and priorities. The office looks to assist faculty in receiving funding for projects as well economic development opportunities for the city, state and region. The Office of Government Relationsis an office residing within the College President’s Office and is located in Bray Hall.

NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics

Commission's Ethics Laws, Lobbying Laws and Regulations and New Guidelines for Reportable Business Relationships can be found HERE.

NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics

America's Climate Choices

New from National Academies Press, America's Climate Choices is the National Research Council's most comprehensive study of climate change to date.

Congressional Resources

Events of Note

SUNY SPARE: Solar Power As Renewable Energy Basic Course
October 27 - 30, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. SUNY-ESF Campus, Gateway Center & 1 Field Site. Event Website

Friends of Moon Library Fall Event
Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 4:00 pm. 110 Moon.

Dissertation Defense -- Carlos Ramirez Pascualli
Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. 105 Marshall Hall.

December Graduates Champagne Toast
Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Gateway Center .

ESF News
Subscribe (News reader required)

Melissa Fierke interviewed on SU bike sharing program

(The Daily Orange included quotes by Dr. Fierke on SU's work to establish a bike sharing program. 10/30/14) READ MORE

Rutgers: New Frog Discovered Inhabiting I-95 Corridor from Connecticut to North Carolina

(A new research paper, including Rutgers researchers Jeremy Feinberg and Joanna Burger, as well as scientists from UCLA,Yale, Louisiana State University, SUNY-ESF, and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, secures the leopard frog as a previously unidentified species. 10/29/14) READ MORE

Time: Giant Tortoises Are Back From Near Extinction

(Giant tortoises endemic to the Galapagos Islands are back from near extinction, according to a study published Tuesday by James Gibbs and colleagues. 10/29/14) READ MORE

Reuters: Giant tortoises rally from near extinction on Galapagos island

(Reuters reported on the new study published by James Gibbs and colleagues, reporting good news for Galapagos tortoises. 10/29/14) READ MORE

Mother Nature Network: Near-extinct Galapagos island tortoises make comeback

(MNN covered the new study released by James Gibbs and colleagues on the recovery of a Galapagos tortoise species. 10/29/14) READ MORE

New York Times: Ecuador: Tortoise Species Is Saved

(The New York Times reported on the new study released by James Gibbs and colleagues on the success of Galapagos tortoise restoration. 10/28/14) READ MORE

Smithsonian: Giant Tortoises Have Made a Comeback From 15 to 1,000

(Efforts to reintroduce Española Galapagos giant tortoises to their native Española Island have been a success, according to recent research from scientists at SUNY-ESF. 10/29/14) READ MORE

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Contact

Maureen O'Neill Fellows, Ph.D.
Director, Government Relations and Institutional Planning
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
One Forestry Drive
Syracuse, NY 13210
Voice: (315) 470-6621
Cell: (315) 530-2226
Fax: (315) 470-6932


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